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Off Leash Pet Photography is a creative dog photography service for customers in Vancouver and Metro Vancouver Area. Your dog is our focus and we will work relentlessly to capture his or her's personality. We love our furry clients and it shows in Off Leash Photography images. We specialize in natural light portraiture, action shots, beach shots, black and white photos and art images of dogs and cats. We also grown to love the studio work, so if you prefer more controlled environment ask about the studio option. Angie Wojciechowska professional dog photographer and creator of Off Leash Pet Photography is available for assignments from commercial and private clients in Metro Vancouver area and beyond. We use the beautiful landscapes of Vancouver Beaches, Surrey Parks, Richmond Dykes and so on to serve as backgrounds for our photography. Some of our favorite photographing spots are McDonald and Iona Beach in Richmond, Spanish Bank in Vancouver, Blackie Point Spit in White Rock and so on. We are always open to try new places and we love picture taking at our clients homes. We believe that photographing dogs in a natural environment (home, park) helps to show their character and personality. Regardless of the place your have chosen to photograph your furry companion we will make sure that the animals are comfortable and happy throughout the length of the shoot. We are gentle and loving towards all the creatures we photograph. We will also be happy to include the humans in our photos, so arrive camera ready at all times! Hope to hear from you soon.
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